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August 19th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 8
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. Attractions at the Springs — soldiers on their march — the ladies at work, &c. Rockbridge Alum Springs. Va., August 19, 1861. This charming and picturesque summer retreat, now numbering about eighty visitors, presents the appearance of a neat and flourishing little village. Its location is in a lovely and quiet vale, which is richly carpeted with a luxuriant growth of grass and clover, and surrounded with wild and romantic scenery. As far as the eye can reach may be seen in every direction the towering mountains, whose summit seems to be in proximity to the sky. The Natural Bridge in this county, together with the "Blowing Caves" and mineral springs, where hundreds of invalids have found relief, are objects of attraction, and prove conclusively that the hand that made them was divine. There is scarcely a day that passes but large numbers of soldiers are seen marching cheerfully over the rugged mountain roads, desti